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Some of the characteristic features of the vascular plants are:

  1. The vascular plants have true stem, leaves and root.
  2. The dominant phase of the vascular plants is the sporophytic generation.
  3. The vascular plants possess complex tissue such as the xylem and phloem.
  4. They have lignification in the xylem tissue which makes them strong and rigid.
  5. The plants are profusely branched and have woody structure for support.
  6. Maximum diversity in the plants is observed in the vascular plants.
  7. The vascular plants can inhabit even in the dry and drought conditions.
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